Page Content Welcome, LGBTQ+ students, to Dallas College! We are committed to creating a campus culture which celebrates diversity and empowers students to realize the full potential of their authentic selves. Here are some of the resources, services, and individuals who can assist and support you along your path at Dallas College. Get Involved PRISM! Student Organization PRISM! is Dallas College’s student club for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and other gender and sexual minorities—often abbreviated LGBTQ+. For questions or to join PRISM! please email PRISM@dcccd.edu. Upcoming LGBTQ+ Events We are excited to celebrate Pride Month each June and LGBTQ+ History Month each October, along with special events that are held throughout the year. We hope you will join us! View All Upcoming Events Get Support Request Changes to Your College Info Request a change to your name as it appears on Microsoft Teams. This could be to request that your middle name not be displayed and/or to request that your first name reflects your identity. Please note that this process does not update your legal name on student records. Complete the Dallas College Change of Name (Legal, Preferred, Gender) form. Email ServiceDesk@dcccd.edu a copy of the completed form and request an update. Search Local LGBTQ+ Scholarships Campus Pride – LGBTQ Scholarship Database Human Rights Campaign – Scholarship Database Links to external scholarship organizations do not constitute an endorsement of the organization, their site's sponsors and/or of their products, by Dallas College. Learn more about this disclaimer. Connect with Counseling Services Our counseling team works to enhance the social, emotional, and psychological well-being of Dallas College students, 18 years or older, via telehealth counseling appointments with end-to-end encryption at no charge. To schedule an appointment email: Counseling@dcccd.edu. For additional information please visit our website. Please note: If you have a mental health emergency and need immediate assistance: call 911, visit the nearest hospital emergency room or call the Mental Health Mobile Crisis Team at 866-260-8000. Learn About Student Connections and Resources Assignments and tests aren't the only things students have to worry about. We're here to help with everything else, too. Connections staff at each campus location provides individualized support and case management for students experiencing financial challenges. Our Connections program puts students in touch with campus and outside community services that can help them meet financial challenges like food, clothing, child care, rental and utility assistance, medical clinic referrals and/or other school needs (books, supplies, technology). To get in touch with a Connections staff member, please complete the Connections and Resources Form. Contacts for LGBTQ+ Advocacy Title IX Coordinators Human Resources Code of Student Conduct Report Discrimination Report Sexual Assault Report Code of Conduct Violation Dallas College prohibits discrimination, including harassment, against any employee on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or any other basis prohibited by law. Retaliation against anyone involved in the complaint process is a violation of College District policy. Dallas College Non-Discrimination Statement This page includes photos from the The Gender Spectrum Collection by Zackary Drucker, used under CC BY 4.0.